This week there is no legal section of the blog.
Now for the Opening Day memory:
This week's memory is from Tom Brunansky, a rifle armed right fielder who was best known for his tenure with the Minnesota Twins. Tom also played for the then California (now Los Angeles) Angels, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox (twice) and Milwaukee Brewers. Tom was a consistent middle of the lineup hitter who hit 20 home runs for 8 consecutive years with the Twins and Cardinals. He helped the Twins win a World Series against the Cardinals in 1987, and was then traded to the Cardinals immediately thereafter. Tom played in the big leagues from 1981-1994 and finished his very solid career with 271 lifetime home runs. Here is his Opening Day memory.